Saturday, March 05, 2011

Sharing Browsing Histories Feels Risky and Fun - NYTimes.com

Strange days indeed – including, at times, hypertext trails of despair

SHARING and communicating are essential components of being human. But as celebrities like Britney Spears and Charlie Sheen have shown us lately, there is such a thing as over-sharing.

Still a new generation of Web sites like Dscover.me, Sitesimon.com and Voyurl.com is banking on our willingness to take that next step toward taking our lives public: namely, by automatically tracking personal browsing histories for public viewing.

Sharing Browsing Histories Feels Risky and Fun - NYTimes.com

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